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Old 07-05-2011, 06:28 AM   #1
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What do you think?

Hello All,

I really need help, do you think the tank listed below is worth it or not? I am still a student and I really don't have that much money, so do you think with all the things that it comes with I will need to get much more?

Betta Lifespace M500 90L Marine Tank, Skimmer, UV Stand | eBay UK

Thank you very much for your time. ALL input is appreciated!
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Old 07-05-2011, 11:47 AM   #2
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Well I'm from the states and I'm going to assume that £134.99 is about $200 to $210 here. Compared to a bio-cube, you could just save a little bit more money and buy a new one. (tank that is. not the stand. Deff ask about buying the stand if you deside to buy a new one) I'm really hesitant on buy used stuff. It's not bad, but make sure everything is working great when you go and get it.
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Hmm. Thank you for your advice, I looked at the first picture a little more carefully, and there is quite a bit of damage on the front of the tank.
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Hmm. Thank you for your advice, I looked at the first picture a little more carefully, and there is quite a bit of damage on the front of the tank.
Yeah. I would just be a littl
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Hmm. Thank you for your advice, I looked at the first picture a little more carefully, and there is quite a bit of damage on the front of the tank.
Yeah. I would just be a little bit more patient (I know...it's super hard! ) and buy a new one so that you're starting with a clean slate. you can buy that one but consider what all could happen and what will need to be done. Could you buy a new one with the amount of money you might invest in just trying to fix this one? (rhetorical question )
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